What was the name of the computer that played chess against the Russian chess grandmaster and world champion Garry Kasporov?
Garry Kasporov has played a match (six games alternate white and black pieces) against 5 computers.
- Deep Thought in 1989 (Kasparov victroy)
- Deep Blue in 1996 (Kasparov victory)
- Deep Blue in 1997 (Computer victory, this is subject to controversy)
- Deep Junior in 2003 (Draw)
- X3D Fritz (Draw)
The most well-known of these is Deep Blue of 1997. This match was subject to controversy as Kasporov accused IBM (The creators of the computer) of human intervention and cheating so that they could win.
More information about the 1997 match can be found in the Related Links area.